Pervasive Computing with Frugal Objects

This paper presents a computing model for resource-limited mobile devices that might be ubiquitously deployed in private and business environments. The model integrates a strongly-typed event-based communication paradigm with abstractions for frugal control, assuming a small footprint runtime. With our model, an application consists of a set of distributed reactive objects, called Frugal Objects (FROBs), that communicate through typed events and dynamically adapt their behavior according to notifications about changes in resource availability. FROBs have a logical time-slicing execution pattern that helps monitor resource consuming tasks and determine resource profiles in terms of CPU, memory, battery and bandwidth.


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Proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications (AINA-07)
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2007
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